Derek Charm

Comics Artist/Illustrator NYC
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Super Secret Crisis War! #2 is out tomorrow! They had these at SDCC this weekend, they turned out nice!  Here’s a preview 

Super Secret Crisis War! #2 is out tomorrow! They had these at SDCC this weekend, they turned out nice!  Here’s a preview 

— 1 day ago with 12 notes

2299comic:

BUG BROTHERS • PAGE 2
By Derek Charm

From 2299, Volume 1
A Sci-Fi Anthology of Transmissions From the Future
80+ pages of comics for $2. Available now on Gumroad.

(via jordannwitt)

— 1 week ago with 30 notes
SSCW 5 has a cover! Out in October!
(look for a minor change when it finally goes to print;)

SSCW 5 has a cover! Out in October!

(look for a minor change when it finally goes to print;)

— 1 week ago with 77 notes
#derek charm  #super secret crisis war  #powerpuff girls  #cartoon network 
Here’s where I’ve promised to be during SDCC! (This is for my benefit as well) I’ll sign whatever and draw all over your sketch covers! Also, there’s the convention exclusive cover to Super Secret Crisis War 1 to be on the lookout for!
THURSDAY:
2-3pm IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson, Jim Zub and Van Partible! (I arrive like an hour before this, so it’s very possible I won’t make this one)
FRIDAY:
10-11am IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson, Jim Zub and Van Partible 
SUNDAY:
10am: IDW Kids comics Panel Room: 4—Who’s got the best comics for kids? IDW, of course! My Little Pony! Angry Birds! TMNT! Littlest Pet Shop! Skylanders! Cartoon Network: Super Secret Crisis War! Join editors Sarah Gaydos, Bobby Curnow, David Hedgecock and Carlos Guzman as they talk all these titles and more! With special guests Louise Simonson, Katie Cook, Tony Fleecs, Andy Price, Derek Charm, and too many more to mention! Plus, free comics for kids!
12-1pm CARTOON ART MUSEUM booth #1930: Charity sketching with the great JEN VAUGHN. $10 per sketch WHATEVER YOU WANT, all goes toward SF’s amazing Cartoon Art Museum!
3-4pm IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson
Yay! Can’t wait! See you there!

Here’s where I’ve promised to be during SDCC! (This is for my benefit as well) I’ll sign whatever and draw all over your sketch covers! Also, there’s the convention exclusive cover to Super Secret Crisis War 1 to be on the lookout for!

THURSDAY:

2-3pm IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson, Jim Zub and Van Partible! (I arrive like an hour before this, so it’s very possible I won’t make this one)

FRIDAY:

10-11am IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson, Jim Zub and Van Partible 

SUNDAY:

10am: IDW Kids comics Panel Room: 4—Who’s got the best comics for kids? IDW, of course! My Little Pony! Angry Birds! TMNT! Littlest Pet Shop! Skylanders! Cartoon Network: Super Secret Crisis War! Join editors Sarah Gaydos, Bobby Curnow, David Hedgecock and Carlos Guzman as they talk all these titles and more! With special guests Louise Simonson, Katie Cook, Tony Fleecs, Andy Price, Derek Charm, and too many more to mention! Plus, free comics for kids!

12-1pm CARTOON ART MUSEUM booth #1930: Charity sketching with the great JEN VAUGHN. $10 per sketch WHATEVER YOU WANT, all goes toward SF’s amazing Cartoon Art Museum!

3-4pm IDW booth #2643- Cartoon Network Presents: Super Secret Crisis War SIGNING w Louise Simonson

Yay! Can’t wait! See you there!

— 1 week ago with 8 notes
#derek charm  #sdcc  #idw  #cartoon network  #super secret crisis war 
bigredrobot:

2299comic:

THE FUTURE IS NOW. 11 stories. 82 pages. $2.
Available now on Gumroad.

It’s here. Go get it. So many talented people in one place for a price that you literally cannot beat. I’m super proud of this whole thing.

bigredrobot:

2299comic:

THE FUTURE IS NOW. 11 stories. 82 pages. $2.

Available now on Gumroad.

It’s here. Go get it. So many talented people in one place for a price that you literally cannot beat. I’m super proud of this whole thing.
— 2 weeks ago with 100 notes
A sketch of Abe Sapien done with an ACTUAL PEN on paper while waiting for some big files to do their thing. 

A sketch of Abe Sapien done with an ACTUAL PEN on paper while waiting for some big files to do their thing. 

— 2 weeks ago with 101 notes
#abe sapien  #derek charm  #sketch 
comicsalliance:

THE JOE SHUSTER CENTENNIAL: A TRIBUTE TO SUPERMAN’S CO-CREATOR ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HIS 100TH BIRTHDAY
By Patrick A. Reed
One-hundred years ago this week, a boy was born in Toronto who, despite his humble origins, would help define the nature of American popular entertainment forever.
Joe Shuster’s parents were Jewish immigrants who came over to Canada from Rotterdam and the Ukraine in 1912, and started a family. Times were tough, and the family moved regularly, struggling to make ends meet. Joe was the oldest of three Shuster children, and demonstrated artistic inclinations at an early age, drawing whenever he could find the time (and materials). The Shusters moved to the United States in 1924 and settled on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, where Joe was enrolled in Glenville High School. It was there that he met classmate Jerome Siegel.
Siegel was already an experienced writer, and the boys bonded over mutual passions: movies, comic strips, and science fiction. It was inevitable that they would collaborate, and after a few false starts (including a pulp-style short story that Siegel titled “Reign Of The Superman”), the pair began to develop and shop around a concept for a newspaper strip of their own: a story of a wildly-attired strongman who would do battle with all manner of hoodlums and evil-doers. The idea took a few years to sell, but once their initial run of strips was configured for the then-new “comic book” format and appeared in the 1939 debut issue of Action Comics, their character Superman became an international sensation that endures to this day, 75 years later.
While Shuster’s relationship — and that of his family — to Superman publishers DC Comics was and continues to be far from harmonious, what’s never been in dispute is the master cartoonist’s influence on multiple generations of creative artists. To celebrate the centennial anniversary of Shuster’s birth, some of those men and women have paid homage to and shared their impressions of Shuster’s work, his legacy, and his signature character.
SEE THE TRIBUTES AT COMICS ALLIANCE

comicsalliance:

THE JOE SHUSTER CENTENNIAL: A TRIBUTE TO SUPERMAN’S CO-CREATOR ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HIS 100TH BIRTHDAY

By Patrick A. Reed

One-hundred years ago this week, a boy was born in Toronto who, despite his humble origins, would help define the nature of American popular entertainment forever.

Joe Shuster’s parents were Jewish immigrants who came over to Canada from Rotterdam and the Ukraine in 1912, and started a family. Times were tough, and the family moved regularly, struggling to make ends meet. Joe was the oldest of three Shuster children, and demonstrated artistic inclinations at an early age, drawing whenever he could find the time (and materials). The Shusters moved to the United States in 1924 and settled on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, where Joe was enrolled in Glenville High School. It was there that he met classmate Jerome Siegel.

Siegel was already an experienced writer, and the boys bonded over mutual passions: movies, comic strips, and science fiction. It was inevitable that they would collaborate, and after a few false starts (including a pulp-style short story that Siegel titled “Reign Of The Superman”), the pair began to develop and shop around a concept for a newspaper strip of their own: a story of a wildly-attired strongman who would do battle with all manner of hoodlums and evil-doers. The idea took a few years to sell, but once their initial run of strips was configured for the then-new “comic book” format and appeared in the 1939 debut issue of Action Comics, their character Superman became an international sensation that endures to this day, 75 years later.

While Shuster’s relationship — and that of his family — to Superman publishers DC Comics was and continues to be far from harmonious, what’s never been in dispute is the master cartoonist’s influence on multiple generations of creative artists. To celebrate the centennial anniversary of Shuster’s birth, some of those men and women have paid homage to and shared their impressions of Shuster’s work, his legacy, and his signature character.

SEE THE TRIBUTES AT COMICS ALLIANCE

— 2 weeks ago with 194 notes
2299comic:

The future is coming.

;)

2299comic:

The future is coming.

;)

— 2 weeks ago with 32 notes
#2299 

idwcomics:

Super Secret Crisis War! #1 San Diego Comic-Con Variant process by Derek Charm, who is also celebrating a birthday today, Happy Birthday, Derek!

Thanks guys! :)

— 3 weeks ago with 273 notes
B&W wraparound cover for the second printing of SSCW #1! 

B&W wraparound cover for the second printing of SSCW #1! 

— 4 weeks ago with 7 notes
#super secret crisis war  #idw  #cartoon network  #powerpuff girls  #samurai jack  #ben 10  #mojo jojo  #aku 
idwcomics:

Super Secret Crisis War! #1 CON Variant by Derek Charm
Preview the first issue on Comics Alliance

idwcomics:

Super Secret Crisis War! #1 CON Variant by Derek Charm

Preview the first issue on Comics Alliance

— 1 month ago with 86 notes
The cover for issue 4 of Super Secret Crisis War was released today-so here it is. Out in September! 

The cover for issue 4 of Super Secret Crisis War was released today-so here it is. Out in September! 

— 1 month ago with 69 notes
#derek charm  #super secret crisis war  #cartoon network  #powerpuff girls  #ben 10  #samurai jack  #Dexter's Laboratory  #vilgax  #comics  #idw  #Louise Simonson 
ryallsfiles:

Meet the team behind our coming Super Secret Crisis War series, courtesy of artist Derek Charm.

ryallsfiles:

Meet the team behind our coming Super Secret Crisis War series, courtesy of artist Derek Charm.

— 2 months ago with 51 notes